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BehavioSec releases Behavioral Biometrics Platform, accelerating authentication and usability features

Thursday 14 November 2019 10:40 CET | News

BehavioSec has unveiled performance features as part of the newest release of the BehavioSec Behavioral Biometrics Platform.

The BehavioSec Platform authenticates users in real time, comparing new user sessions against their existing inherent behaviour patterns. Compared to standard authentication measures (e.g. logins, passwords), behavioural patterns cannot be spoofed, stolen or socially engineered. The company’s latest platform update – version 5.2 – speeds automation and classification, facilitates authentication, and advances the detection of online fraud with several dynamic capabilities. These new integration options include: Automated Clustering Engine, which is built to classify different types of automation and to differentiate malicious bots and malware from instances of legitimate automation and scripts; and Coaching & Voice-Phishing Detection, which offers avenues for real-time detection of social engineering efforts meant to bypass authentication controls.

Other third-party integrations are:

  • ForgeRock Platform Integration: BehavioSec is now integrated for simplified deployment on the ForgeRock authentication platform and available via the ForgeRock marketplace;
  • Ping Intelligent Identity Platform Integration: BehavioSec is able to bring behavioural biometrics to users of PingFederate, which is part of the Ping Intelligent Identity Platform that enables organisations to leverage a unified digital identity for secure user experiences across their business initiatives.

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Keywords: BehavioSec, authentication, usability, behavioral biometrics, passwords, authentication, online fraud, bots, malware, automation, digital identity
Categories: Securing Transactions | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud
Countries: World
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